This time of year brings about companionship, coupled with enthusiasm and zealous activity in preparing for the grand day – planning for the celebration, gifts, carols, good food, gatherings, and all this leaves behind memories to be cherished and scrapped.
And…. with scrapping those memories, us scrappers like to have a good selection of holiday and seasonal fonts to choose from for titling and journaling on our pages. When choosing a font, think about the mood you are conveying and the perception you are trying to provide. Choose theme-related fonts for your title, that are meant for just a few words. Choose a simple and legible font for the journaling/story text, such as a typewriter or handwriting font.
Seasonal Winter and Christmas Fonts
Let’s take a look on some seasonal Winter and Christmas fonts.
(All of these fonts we’ve chosen are all free downloads.)
First, are five fonts we felt would make great Winter and/or Christmas layout titles. Think snow, Christmas morning and family! Next up, are four fonts we felt would make great journaling fonts on those pages… Layouts featuring the fun of building a snowman, opening gifts and just plain relaxing . And lastly are a few ding bat fonts we felt would be perfect for adding a little bit of merriment and playfulness to those Christmas and Winter layouts; whimsical and unique… [pinit]
Just click on the font name below and you’ll be directed to the free font for download.
Christmas Card / Mikie’s Christmas List / Calamity Jane / Snowhouse / Snowpersons
Call Me Maybe / Loved by the King / Journal / Written on His Hands
MTF Dear Santa / LP Snowflakes / Janda Christmas Doodles